Jeremy Eierman
Jeremy Eierman
Jeremy Eierman
Jeremy Eierman

CLASS OF 2015

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3B

Jeremy
Eierman

Missouri State
Warsaw (HS) • MO
6-1 • 205LBS • R/R

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2015 National

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2018
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2/23/14 – Eierman is a strong 6-foot-1, 190-pound.  Eierman put up some of the best numbers of the event.  He had an event-best positional velo of 88 MPH.  He aggressive actions getting to the ball with good footwork and a quick release.  Offensively, Eierman ran a 4.28 home-to-first and had an exit velo of 92 MPH, both among the best of the event.  Eierman has a gap-to-gap approach with power potential .  He has a simple, smooth load and gets good bat speed to extension.  His bat path creates good back spin to both gaps. 
Eierman is a 5-foot-10, 170-pound middle infielder who we think will develop into a top prospect in Missouri. His skills in the field are advanced for a player of his age. Defensively, Eierman showed fundamental fielding mechanics and natural instincts to the ball. He consistently fielded the ball out in from with soft hands, quick feet and a clean exchange. Offensively, Eierman has a wide stance with good balance and a level swing. He was able to square up the ball and generate some power with a short, compact swing and gap-to-gap power. Eierman flashed some speed with a 6.92 60.

4/18/18 -6’0/205, R/R, Junior- Strong bodied, super athletic infielder who started the season slow at the plate, but now looks to be locked in. Showed an improved approach with much better balance than what I saw last summer for the Collegiate National Team and in theCape. A pull hitter with plus raw power, he can be pitched to, but is also a constant threat for extra bases. Eierman set up with a spread stance and the bat held deep behind his back shoulder. The arm bar that this upper body setup creates is not a concern for me. It creates separation which helps him produce an even greater amount of bat speed. He also has shorter arms, making it difficult for a pitcher to expose an inside hole that an arm bar usually signals. His plus strength and bat speed was obvious as he squared up five balls in six plate appearance, including one fly ball that he just missed. All but one of the five had hard top spin. He looked as if he was trying to lift the ball with his hands instead of tilting his shoulders and staying on-plane, driving through the baseball. The hand lift caused the top spin. He’s hitting it hard, but not at the right angle, nor the bottom half of the ball. A slight swing adjustment could result in backspin instead of top spin and Eierman could see his home run totals rise quickly to what he produced (23) last season. Showed an above average, and when planted, a plus arm with on-line carry in pre-game I/O. Arm showed less in this game, but I’ve seen enough of him over the years to know he no doubt has plus arm strength. He has the hands, actions, body control and arm strength to stay on the dirt and most likely remain at shortstop. If not, he could slide over to the keystone, giving him an offensive second baseman profile or move to the hot corner with plus defensive ability. He’s also a plus runner with good acceleration. Most importantly, he can use his speed. It impacts the game. Displayed good acceleration stealing a base (17 SBs in 18 attempts this season) in 3.28 seconds while going first movement on a left handed pitcher, beating the throw from the first baseman after the pitcher thought he had picked him off. Showed his body control tightly cutting second base while going first to third on a hit-and-run grounder through the six-hole. He’s also durable, as evidenced by starting every game for the Bears since he arrived on campus as a freshman. Eierman has first round tools and athleticism. If he can cut his current strikeout rate (20.9%) and improve his walk rate (8.7%) while regaining his thump, he should easily go in the top 15-20 overall picks. Expect him to have him a huge second half and re-open some eyes, forcing the scouting higher-ups to circle back and get another look at him.

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